First Regulation On The Implementation Of The Federal Immission Control Act

Original Language Title: Erste Verordnung zur Durchführung des Bundes-Immissionsschutzgesetzes

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First Regulation implementing the Federal Immission Control Act (Regulation on small and medium-sized combustion plants-1). BImSchV)

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1. BImSchV

Date of delivery: 26.01.2010

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" Regulation on small and medium combustion plants of 26. January 2010 (BGBl. I p. 38) "

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The obligations under Directive 98 /34/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 22. The European Parliament and of the Council of 19 June 1998 laying down a procedure for the provision of information in the field of technical standards and regulations and of the rules on information society services (OJ C 37), as last amended by Directive 2006 /96/EC (OJ L 327, 21.12.2006, p. 81), have been observed.

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pursuant to section 23 (1) in conjunction with § 48b, and § 59 of the Federal Immission Protection Act, as amended by the 26. September 2002 (BGBl. 3830), after consulting the parties concerned and respecting the rights of the Bundestag, the Federal Government decrees: Non-official Table of Contents

Content Overview

Section 1General
§ 1 Scope
§ 2Definitions
§ 3 Fuels
2Fire facilities for solid fuels
§ 4General Requirements
§ 5Fire facilities with a rated thermal power of 4 kilowatts or more
3Oil and gas combustion plants
§ 6General Requirements
§ 7 Oil combustion plants with vaporization burners
§ 8Oil combustion plants with atomizing burner
§ 9Gas firing systems
§ 10Exhaust Gas Loss Limitation
§ 11Oil and gas humidification with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to 20 megawatts
4Monitoring
§ 12Measurement opening
§ 13Measuring devices
§ 14Monitoring of new and significantly changed firing systems
§ 15 Recurrent Monitoring
§ 16Measurement Results Compilation
§ 17 Own monitoring
§ 18Monitoring of oil and gas humidities with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to 20 megawatts
5Common
§ 19exhaust conditions for exhaust gases
§ 20Display and evidence
§ 21More Requirements
§ 22Exceptions
§ 23 Accessibility of standards
§ 24Administrative Offences
6Transitional regulations
§ 25Transitional control system for solid fuel combustion plants, excluding single-room firing systems
§ 26Transitional system for single-room combustion plants for solid fuels
§ 27 Transitional system for chimney sweating work according to the 1. January 2013
7Final
§ 28Entry into force,
Appendix 1 (to § 12)
Measurement Opening
Appendix 2 (to § 5 paragraph 1, § § 7, 8, 10, 14, Paragraph 4, § 15 Paragraph 5, § 25 Paragraph 2)
Requirements for the performance of the measurements in operation
Appendix 3 (to § 2, point 11, § 6)
Determination of the degree of use and the nitrogen oxide content under Test conditions
Appendix 4 (to § 3, paragraph 5, point 2, § 4 (3), 5 and 7, § 26 paragraph 1 sentence 2, point 2, paragraph 6)
type testing

Section 1
General Rules

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§ 1 Scope of application

(1) This Regulation shall apply to the establishment, nature and operation of combustion plants which do not require an authorisation pursuant to Section 4 of the Federal Immission Control Act.(2) § § 4 to 20 as well as § § 25 and 26 do not apply to
1.
combustion plants, which operate according to the state of the art without a device for the discharge of the exhaust gases , in particular infrared radiators,
2.
combustion plants intended for this purpose,
a)
Dry goods through direct contact with hot exhaust gases,
b)
Food by direct contact
c)
Branntwein in small distilleries according to § 34 of the Law on the Alcohol Monopoly in the Federal Law Gazans Part III, outline number 612-7, published adjusted version, most recently by Article 7 of the Law of 13. December 2007 (BGBl. 2897) has been amended to produce an annual operating time of no more than 20 days or
d)
To produce hot water in bath furnaces,
unless: they are subject to the scope of § 11,
3.
combustion plants, which, in the circumstances, are to be expected to be no longer than during the three months, which follow the commissioning, operate in the same place.
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§ 2 Definitions

In this Regulation The following definitions shall apply:
1.
Exhaust Gas Loss: the difference between the heat content of the exhaust gas and the heat content of the combustion air referred to the Calorific value of the fuel;
2.
condensing boiler: heat generator, in which the heat of evaporation of the water vapour contained in the exhaust gas is caused by condensation as a result of condensation
3.
Single-room firing system: combustion plant, which is used primarily for heating the installation space, and stovings with or without indirect heating heated baking device;
4.
emissions: air pollution from a combustion plant; concentration data refer to the exhaust volume in the Standard condition (273 Kelvin, 1 013 hectopascals) after deduction of moisture content of water vapour;
5.
Fire installation: a plant in which heat is heated by combustion of fuels ; to the firing installation belong fireplaces and, where available, equipment for the supply of combustion air, connection piece and exhaust gas device;
6.
Combustion Heat: the heat content of the fuel related to the lower calorific value, which is fed to a firing system in continuous operation per unit of time
7.
Wood preservatives: substances used in the processing and processing of wood with biocidal activity against wood-destroying insects or fungi, and wood-discolouring agents mushrooms; further substances for reducing the flammability of wood;
8.
The core of the exhaust gas flow: the part of the exhaust gas flow in the cross-section of the exhaust duct in the area of the Measurement opening is the highest temperature;
9.
Natural wood: wood that was only exposed to mechanical processing and no longer used when used as only insignificantly contaminated with harmful substances;
10.
rated thermal power: the highest amount of heat available from the combustion plant in continuous operation Time unit; if the combustion installation is designed for a rated thermal power range, the nominal thermal output shall be the maximum usable heat output set in the limits of the rated thermal power range and indicated on an additional shield; without an additional shield, the nominal heat output is the highest value of the rated thermal power range;
11.
Use degree: the ratio of the use of a firing system Quantity of heat output to the heat content supplied to the combustion plant with the fuel referred to a heating period with a fixed heat demand frequency distribution according to Appendix 3, point 1;
12.
open fireplace: fireplace for solid fuels, which can be operated openly, provided the fireplace is not intended exclusively for the preparation of food is;
13.
Grundofen: Single room firing system as heat storage furnace made of mineral storage materials, which are handcrafted in situ
14.
Oil derivatives: volatile organic substances, which are reflected in the determination of the carbon black number on the filter paper;
15.
Russia: the measure for the blackening, which evoke the dust-like emissions contained in the exhaust gas in accordance with DIN 51402 part 1, October 1986 edition; scale For the blackening, the optical reflectivity is; an increase in the number of carbon black by 1 corresponds to a decrease in reflectivity by 10 percent;
16.
essential Change: a change to a combustion plant that can significantly alter the type or amount of emissions; a major change is regularly present at
a)
Conversion of a firing system to a different fuel, unless the firing system is already set up for alternate fuel use,
b)
Exchange of a boiler;
17.
existing combustion plants:
combustion plants that are before the 22.
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§ 3 Fuels

(1) In combustion plants according to § 1, only the following shall be allowed to: Fuels used:
1.
Hard coal, hard coal briquettes, hard coal coke,
2.
brown coal briquettes, brown coal briquettes, Brown Coal Coke,
3.
Brenntorf, Preslings from Brenntorf,
3a.
Grilled charcoal, grill charcoal briquettes acc. to DIN EN 1860, September 2005 edition,
4.
natural piece wood including natural wood, including Adhering bark, in particular in the form of lumber and wood chips, as well as rice and cones,
5.
natural non-piecemeal wood, in particular in the form of sawdust, chips and grinding dust, and bark,
 5a.
Presslings made of natural wood in the form of wooden briquettes in accordance with DIN 51731, October 1996 edition, or in the form of wood pellets according to the fuel technical requirements of the DINplus certification programme " Wood pellets for use in Small fireplaces according to DIN 51731-HP 5 ", August 2007 edition, as well as other wooden briquettes or wood pellets made of natural wood with equivalent quality,
6.
coated, painted or coated wood as well as from the wood pellets Residues, if any wood preservatives are not applied or are contained as a result of treatment and coatings do not contain any halogen organic compounds or heavy metals,
7.
plywood, chipboard, fibreboard or otherwise glued wood and leftist residues from it, where no wood preservatives are applied or are contained as a result of treatment and coatings do not contain any halogen organic compounds or heavy metals,
8.
straw and similar vegetable substances, cereals other than cereals, such as grains of cereals and grains of cereals, cereals, cereals, cereals and cereal-containing residues, and pellets of the above-mentioned fuels,
 9.
Heating oil easily (heating oil EL) according to DIN 51603-1, August 2008 edition, and other light heating oils with equivalent quality as well as methanol, ethanol, natural vegetable oils or vegetable oil methyl esters,
10.
Gas of the public Gas supply, natural gas or petroleum gas with comparable sulphur contents as well as liquefied petroleum gas or hydrogen,
11.
Sewage Gas with a volume content of sulphur compounds up to 1 per mille, specified as sulphur, or biogas From agriculture,
12.
Coke oven gas, mine gas, steel gas, blast furnace gas, refinery gas and synthesis gas with a volume content of sulphur compounds up to 1 per mille, indicated as sulphur, and
13.
Other renewable raw materials to the extent that they comply with the requirements laid down in paragraph 5.
(2) The mass content of sulphur in the fuels referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) shall not exceed 1 per cent of the raw material. In the case of hard coal briquettes or lignite briquettes, this requirement shall be deemed to be fulfilled if, by means of a special pre-treatment, an equivalent limitation of the emissions of sulphur dioxide in the exhaust gas is ensured.The fuels referred to in paragraph 1 (4) to (8) and (13) may be used in combustion plants only if their moisture content is less than 25% of the weight of the fuel, or the weight of the fuel. The first sentence shall not apply to combustion plants which are automatically charged and which, according to the manufacturer's information, are suitable for fuels with higher moisture contents.(4) Presslings of fuels referred to in paragraph 1 (5a) to (8) and (13) may not be produced using binding agents. Excluded from this are binders of starch, vegetable stearin, molasses and cellulose fibre.(5) Fuels as referred to in point 13 of paragraph 1 shall meet the following requirements:
1.
for the fuel, standard quality requirements shall be met:
2.
The emission limit values set out in Appendix 4, point 2, must be met under test conditions,
3.
When using the fuel in operation, no higher emissions of dioxins, furans and polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons than in the combustion of wood may be used , this must be demonstrated by means of an at least one-year measurement programme at the type of combustion plant envisaged for use,
4.
when using the Fuel in the holding must be able to comply with the requirements of § 5 (1); this must be demonstrated by means of an at least one-year measurement programme at the combustion plant type provided for the application.

Section 2
Solid Fuel Combustion Plants

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§ 4 General requirements

(1) Solid fuel combustion plants may only be operated if they are in a proper technical condition. They may only be operated with fuel in accordance with § 3, paragraph 1, for which they are suitable according to the manufacturer's specifications. Establishment and operation must comply with the specifications of the manufacturer.(2) Emission limits relate to a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas of 13 per cent.(3) Single-room combustion plants for solid fuels, with the exception of base stoves and open fireplaces, starting from the 22. On the basis of a type test carried out by the manufacturer, the requirements for emission limit values and the emission limit values may be established on the basis of a type test carried out by the manufacturer under test conditions for the type of firework of the individual room firing systems. Minimum efficiency in accordance with Appendix 4 is complied with.(4) Open fireplaces may only be operated occasionally. They may only be used in the form of wooden briquettes in accordance with Section 3 (1) (5a) according to § 3 (1) (4) or (4) of the compacts.(5) Basic furnaces, according to the 31. It will be possible to provide downstream equipment for dust reduction according to the state of the art. The first sentence shall not apply to installations in which compliance with the requirements of Appendix 4, point 1, to tiled furnace heating inserts according to DIN EN 13229/A1, October 2005 edition, is demonstrated as follows:
1.
for a measurement of a chimney sweeper or a chimney sweeper with the appropriate application of the provisions of Appendix 4, point 3 at the start of the operation or
2.
in the framework of a type test of the prefabricated firebox using the provisions of Appendix 4, point 3.
(6) The downstream equipment The dust reduction referred to in paragraph 5 may only be used if its suitability has been determined by the competent authority or if a type approval has been granted. The aptitude test and the type approval are not required, provided that the regulations on the use of construction products comply with the requirements of the immission protection law.(7) combustion plants for the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (8) and (13), starting from the 22. Only if the combustion plant is confirmed by a typo test by the manufacturer that under test conditions the requirements for the emission limit values set out in Annex 4 (2) are complied with, the plant shall be operated only if the combustion plant is operated by a manufacturer ' s type test.(8) The operator of a manual combustion plant for solid fuels has, after the installation or after a change of operator, within one year with regard to the appropriate operation of the combustion plant, the proper storage of the fuel as well as of the peculiarities of the handling of solid fuels by a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater in connection with other chimney sweating works. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 combustion plants with a rated thermal power of 4 kilowatts or more

(1) solid fuel combustion plants with a nominal heat output of 4 kilowatts or more, other than single-room combustion plants, shall be constructed and operated in such a way that the mass concentrations determined in accordance with Appendix 2 shall be subject to the following emission limit values for dust and carbon monoxide (CO) do not exceed:Fuel
according to § 3
paragraph 1 rated heat-
performance
(Kilowatt) dust
(g/m3) CO
(g/m3)
Level 1:
Assets that are starting from
22. March 2010
Number
1 to 3a
≥ 4 ≤ 500 0, 09 1, 0
> 500 0, 09 0, 5
Number
4 to 5
≥4 ≤ 500 0, 10 1, 0
> 500 0, 10 0, 5
Number 5a ≥ 4 ≤ 500 0, 06 0, 8
> 500 0, 06 0, 5
Number
6 to 7
≥ 30 ≤ 100 0, 10 0, 8
> 100 ≤ 500 0, 10 0, 5
> 500 0, 10 0, 3
Number
8 and 13
≥ 4 < 100 0, 10 1, 0
Level 2:
Assets that will be built after 31.12.2014
Number
1 to 5a
≥4 0, 02 0, 4
Number
6 to 7
≥ 30 ≤ 500 0, 02 0, 4
> 500 0, 02 0, 3
Number
8 and 13
≥ 4 < 100 0, 02
.
By way of derogation from the first sentence, the limit values of level 2 apply only to combustion plants in which only fuels according to § 3 (1) (4) are used in the form of sawwood Plants, which are after the 31. They will be built in December 2016.(2) The fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (6) or (7) may only be used in combustion plants with a rated thermal output of 30 kilowatts or more and only in woodworking or wood processing plants.(3) The fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (8) and (13) may only be used in automatically charged combustion plants which, according to the manufacturer ' s specifications, are suitable for these fuels and which, in the context of the type-testing pursuant to § 4 (7) have been tested with the respective fuels. The fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (8), other than straw and similar vegetable substances, may only be used in agricultural, forestry, horticultural and agricultural holdings, in the agricultural sector, in the management of cereals, in particular, mills and agricultural trade.(4) In the case of combustion plants with a liquid heat transfer medium, with the exception of individual combustion plants, for the use of the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (4) to (8) and (13), which shall apply from 22 December 2008 onwards. A water heat storage unit with a volume of twelve litres per litre of fuel filling space is to be held in March 2010. At least one water-heat storage volume of 55 litres per kilowatt of nominal thermal power shall be used. By way of derogation from the first sentence, a water heat storage device with a volume of at least 20 litres per kilowatt of nominal heat output is sufficient for automatically loaded installations. By way of derogation from the sentences 1 and 2, another heat storage device of the same capacity can be used. The records 1 and 2 do not apply to
1.
automatically loaded combustion plants that meet the requirements of
.
2.
Fire facilities that are used to cover the ground and center load in a heat supply system under full load. and cover the peak and additional loads by means of a reserve boiler, as well as
3.
combustion plants, which are due to their intended function only at full load.

Section 3
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§ 6 general requirements

(1) oil and gas combustion plants for heating buildings or rooms with water as heat transfer medium and a firing heat output below 10 megawatts, which will be from the 22. Only if the boiler-burner units, boilers and distillers used are covered by a certificate issued by the manufacturer, that the boiler-burner units, boilers and burners used under test conditions in accordance with the procedure laid down in Annex 3 (2) shall be subject to the conditions laid down in paragraph 2 of this Regulation. the content of the exhaust gas of nitrogen oxides, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, as a function of the nominal thermal output, does not exceed the following values:
1.
when using heating oil EL within the meaning of § 3 paragraph 1, point 9: nominal thermal output
(kW) emissions in mg/kWh
≤ 120 110
> 120 ≤ 400 120
> 400185
2.
when using gases from public gas supply: nominal thermal output
(kW) emissions in mg/kWh
≤ 120 60
> 120 ≤ 400 80
> 400120
The options for emissions of nitrogen oxide To further reduce the use of fire technology in accordance with the state of the art, are to be exploited.(2) In oil and gas combustion plants for the heating of buildings or rooms with water as heat transfer medium, starting from the 22. A boiler with a rated thermal power of more than 400 kilowatts shall be used only if it is possible to use a certificate issued by the manufacturer in order to ensure that the boiler has a rated thermal output of more than 400 kilowatts. in accordance with the procedure laid down in Annex 3, point 1, the utilisation rate of 94 per cent shall not be undershot.The requirements referred to in paragraph 2 shall apply to boilers with a rated thermal power of more than 1 megawatt, provided that the boiler efficiency determined in accordance with the method of Appendix 3, point 1 does not fall below 94 per cent.(4) For boilers-burner units, boilers and burners produced in a Member State of the European Union or in another Contracting State of the Agreement on the European Economic Area, the content of the exhaust gas may be By way of derogation from paragraph 1, nitrogen oxides shall also be determined in accordance with a procedure equivalent to the procedure laid down in Annex 3 (2), in particular in accordance with a procedure laid down in a European standard. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Oil combustion plants with evaporative burners

Oil combustion plants with evaporative burners are to be constructed and to operate in that
1.
the blackening determined in accordance with the method of Appendix 2, point 3.2, by the dust-like emissions in the exhaust gas does not result in the soot number 2 ,
2.
the exhaust gases are free of oil derivatives according to the test carried out in accordance with the method of Appendix 2, point 3.3,
3.
the limit values for the exhaust gas losses according to § 10 paragraph 1 are met and
4.
the Carbon monoxide emissions do not exceed a value of 1 300 milligrams per kilowatt hour.
For installations with a rated thermal power of 11 kilowatts or less, which are before the 1. By way of derogation from the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, the number of soot shall not exceed 3 November 1996. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Oil combustion plants with atomization burners

Oil combustion plants with atomizing burners are to be constructed and to be installed in this way. operate
1.
The blackening determined in accordance with the method of Appendix 2, point 3.2, by the dust-like emissions in the exhaust gas, does not include the soot number 1 ,
2.
the exhaust gases are free of oil derivatives according to the test carried out in accordance with the method of Appendix 2, point 3.3,
3.
the limit values for the exhaust gas losses according to § 10 paragraph 1 are met and
4.
the Carbon monoxide emissions do not exceed a value of 1 300 milligrams per kilowatt hour.
For installations that are up to 1. 1 October 1988, in the territory referred to in Article 3 of the Agreement, to the third paragraph of Article 3 of the Treaty. By way of derogation from the first subparagraph of paragraph 1, the number of soot shall not exceed 2 October 1990, unless the installations have been substantially amended or substantially altered after these dates. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Gas Combustion Plants

(1) For combustion plants that are regularly used with gases from the public gas supply and during shall be operated for a maximum of 300 hours per year with heating oil EL within the meaning of Article 3 (1) (9), an emission limit value for nitrogen oxides of 250 milligrams per kilowatt hour of exhaust gas shall apply to all operating temperatures during operation with heating oil EL.(2) Gas combustion plants shall be constructed and operated in such a way as to comply with the limit values for exhaust gas losses in accordance with Article 10 (1). Unofficial Table Of Contents

Section 10 Limitation Of Exhaust Gas Losses

(1) In the case of oil and gas combustion plants, the number according to the procedure of Appendix 2 number 3.4 exhaust gas losses determined for the fire place do not exceed the following percentages: rated thermal power
in kilowatt limit values for the
exhaust gas losses in percent
≥ 4 ≤ 25 11
> 25 ≤ 50 10
> 509

Can be used with an oil or gas fired power plant that has equipped with a boiler which meets the requirements of Council Directive 92 /42/EEC of 21 June 1992, May 1992 on the efficiencies of new hot-water boilers charged with liquid or gaseous fuels (OJ L 327, 28.5.1992, p. 32), as last amended by Directive 2008 /28/EC (OJ L 167, 22.6.2008, p. 48), which satisfies the efficiency of the boiler, the exhaust-gas loss-limit value as set out in the first sentence of the first subparagraph is not complied with because of the type of boiler, the value of the boiler shall be 1 percentage point higher if the boiler is used for heating in the declaration of conformity referred to in Article 7 (2) of Directive 92/42/EEC, as standard boilers, as referred to in Article 2 of Directive 92/42/EEC, and marked with a CE marking as referred to in Article 7 (1) of Directive 92 /42/EEC.(2) Oil and gas combustion plants where the limit values for the exhaust gas losses referred to in paragraph 1 cannot be complied with on the basis of their intended functions, shall be constructed and operated in such a way as to enable them to comply with the state of the art of respective processes or of the respective type of design.(3) Paragraph 1 shall not apply to
1.
single-room combustion plants with a rated thermal power of 11 kilowatts or less and
2.
combustion plants with a rated thermal output of 28 kilowatts or less exclusively for domestic water treatment.
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§ 11 Oil and gas fired furnaces with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to 20 megawatts

(1) Single firing systems for liquid fuels according to Article 3 (1) (9) with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts may be constructed and operated in derogation from § § 6 to 10 only if
1.
Carbon monoxide emissions limit the emission limit value of 80 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas,
2.
the emissions of nitrogen oxides, expressed as nitrogen dioxide, the emission limit value of
a)
180 Milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature below 110 degrees Celsius,
b)
200 milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas in boilers with one Operating temperature of 110 to 210 degrees Celsius,
c)
250 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature of more than 210 degrees Celsius,
Heating oil EL in accordance with Article 3 (1) point 9 in each case calculated for a nitrogen content in the heating oil EL of 140 milligrams per kilogram, and
3.
the exhaust gas test the carbon black number 1,
in the case of numbers 1 and 2, based on an oxygen content of 3 percent, do not exceed half-hourly average value.(2) Individual combustion plants for gases of the public gas supply, natural gas or liquefied petroleum gas with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts may only be constructed and operated by way of derogation from § § 6 to 10 if the emissions of
1.
carbon monoxide are the emission limit value of 80 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas and
2.
nitrogen oxides, specified as nitrogen dioxide, the emission limit value of
a)
100 milligrams per Cubic meter of exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature below 110 degrees Celsius for natural gas,
b)
110 milligrams per cubic metre of exhaust gas in boilers with an operating temperature from 110 to 210 degrees Celsius in natural gas,
c)
150 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas at boilers with an operating temperature of more than 210 degrees Celsius in natural gas and
d)
200 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas when using the other gases
to an oxygen content of 3 percent, as half-hourly average value do not exceed.For individual combustion plants which are regularly operated with fuels as referred to in paragraph 2 and for a maximum of 300 hours a year with fuels referred to in paragraph 1, the fuel referred to in paragraph 1 shall apply to all during the operation of the fuel Operating temperatures, an emission limit value for nitrogen oxides of 250 milligrams per cubic meter of exhaust gas.

Section 4
Monitoring

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§ 12 measuring opening

The operator of a firing system, for which measurements from a chimney sweater or chimney sweater according to § § 14 and 15 , a measuring orifice must be produced or manufactured in accordance with the requirements of Appendix 1. If a firing system has a plurality of connecting pieces, a measuring opening is to be set up in each connecting piece. In cases other than those referred to in the first sentence, the operator shall, at the request of the competent authority, authorise the production of a measuring opening. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Measuring devices

(1) Measurements to determine emissions and exhaust gas losses must be made using Measurement methods and measuring devices which correspond to the state of the measurement technology are carried out.(2) The measurements in accordance with § § 14 and 15 shall be carried out with suitable measuring devices. The measuring equipment shall be deemed to be suitable if it has passed an aptitude test.(3) The measuring equipment used shall be reviewed twice a year by a body known to the competent authority in accordance with the law of the country. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Monitoring of new and significantly changed combustion plants

(1) The operator of a from the 22. The combustion plant for solid fuels, which was constructed or substantially modified in March 2010, shall establish compliance with the requirements of § 19 (1) and (2) before the installation of a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater. The determination may also be carried out in connection with other chimney sweating operations.(2) The operator of a starting date of the 22. In accordance with § 3 (3), § 4 (1), 3 to 7, § 5, § 6 (1) to (3) or § § 7 to 10 requirements, compliance with the respective requirements shall be subject to compliance with the relevant requirements within the following: four weeks after the commissioning of a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater.(3) Paragraph 2 shall not apply to
1.
Single-room combustion plants for the use of liquid fuels with a rated thermal power of 11 kilowatts or less,
2.
Fire facilities with a rated thermal power of 11 kilowatts or less used exclusively for domestic hot water heating
3.
firing systems using methanol, ethanol, hydrogen, biogas, sewage gas, mine gas, steel gas, blast furnace gas or refinery gas, as well as combustion plants in which natural gas or petroleum gas, at the point of production,
4.
combustion plants, which are designed as condensing units, with regard to the The requirements of § 10.
(4) The measurements referred to in paragraph 2 shall be carried out during the normal operating time of a combustion plant in accordance with Appendix 2. The chimney sweater or the chimney sweep shall have a certificate in accordance with Annex 2 (4) and (5) to the operator of the furnace, on the result of the measurements and on the implementation of the monitoring activities referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2. ,(5) A verification in accordance with paragraph 2 that the requirements have not been met shall issue the operator with the defect and a repetition of a chimney sweep or a chimney sweep to establish compliance with the requirements by the end of the year. The Schornsteinfeger-Handwerksgesetz vom 26. November 2008 (BGBl. I p. 2242) in the current version shall remain unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Reward monitoring

(1) The operator of a firing system for the use of the in § 3 (1) (1) to (8) and 13 fuels with a rated thermal output of 4 kilowatts or more, excluding individual combustion plants, shall comply with the requirements laid down in Article 5 (1) and Article 25 (1) sentence 1 as from the dates referred to in those provisions to be determined once every other calendar year by a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater. In the context of the monitoring in accordance with the first sentence, compliance with the requirements for the fuels shall be verified in accordance with § 3 (3), § 4 (1) and § 5 (2) and (3).(2) The operator of a single-room combustion plant for solid fuels shall verify compliance with the requirement of § 3 (3) and § 4 (1) in connection with the regular fire station show of the district chimney sweatmaster .(3) The operator of an oil or gas combustion plant with a rated thermal power of 4 kilowatts and more, for which requirements are laid down in § § 7 to 10 requirements, has compliance with the respective requirements
1.
once in every third calendar year for assets whose startup or substantial change is twelve years and less in accordance with § 2, point 16, point (b), and
2.
once in every second calendar year for installations whose entry into service or substantial change pursuant to § 2, point 16, point (b) is more than twelve years ago,
of a To make a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater by measurements. By way of derogation from the first sentence, the operator of an installation with self-calibrating continuous control of the combustion process shall, once in each fifth calendar year, comply with the requirements by a chimney sweeger or a Let the chimney sweep be determined by measurements.(4) Paragraphs 1 to 3 do not apply to
1.
Fire Assets according to § 14, paragraph 3, and
2.
before the 1. Gas combustion plants with external wall connection established in January 1985.
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§ 16 Compilation of measurement results

The district chimney sweatmaster reports the results of the measurements according to the § § 14 and 15 of the calendar year after detailed instruction of the Innung für das Schornsteinfegerhandwerk (Innung für das Schornsteinfegerhandwerk) to the competent national federation. For each calendar year, the national inns associations for the chimney sweat craft draw up overviews of the results of the measurements and submit these overviews within the framework of the statutory disclosure requirements of the Innings for the Chimney sweatwork of the highest national authority responsible for the protection of the immission or the authority responsible under national law up to the 30. April of the following year. For each calendar year, the responsible central interior association of the chimney sweep craft creates a corresponding cross-country overview and lays these up to the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety up to the 30. June of the following year. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 self-monitoring

(1) The tasks of the chimney sweeders and the chimney sweeders and the District chimney fegermeister according to § § 14 to 16 are used in firing systems of the Bundeswehr, insofar as the enforcement of the Federal Immission Protection Act and the legal regulations based on this law according to § 1 of the Ordinances on assets of the Federal Armed Forces National Defense of the 9th April 1986 (BGBl. 380) is the responsibility of the federal authorities, which is responsible for the administration of the competent authorities. These bodies shall communicate the exercise of self-monitoring of the local authority responsible for the enforcement of this Regulation and of the district chimney sweatmaster.(2) The bodies referred to in paragraph 1 shall direct the certificates referred to in Article 14 (4) and the information referred to in Article 16, sentence 1, to the competent administration. Instead of the Kehrbuch, it records comparable records.(3) The competent administration shall draw up national overviews on the results of the measurements in accordance with § § 14 and 15 and shall inform the competent national authorities responsible for the protection of the immission or the competent authorities of the country and the competent authorities of the competent authorities of the Member State. Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety within the periods according to § 16 sentence 2 and 3 with. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Monitoring of oil and gas furnaces with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to 20 megawatts

(1) Operator of one of the 22. By way of derogation from § § 12 to 17, the single combustion plant constructed for the use of liquid fuels according to § 3 (1) point 9 with a thermal output of 10 megawatts to less than 20 megawatts has been installed before commissioning. Appropriate measuring equipment which continuously measure and register the exhaust gas test. The measuring device must be able to detect the compliance with the carbon black number 1.The operator of a single combustion plant referred to in paragraph 1 shall have the proper installation of a single combustion plant in accordance with paragraph 1 by a competent authority or by the competent authority responsible for calibrations in accordance with the law of the country. The measurement equipment referred to in paragraph 1 shall be certified and the measuring equipment shall be calibrated within three months of the date of operation and shall be checked for operation at the latest after the end of a year at the latest. The operator must allow the calibration to be repeated no later than three years after the last calibration. The operator shall submit the certificate of proper installation, the reports on the outcome of the calibration and the verification of the functioning of the competent authority within three months of its implementation.(3) On the basis of the evaluation of the continuous measurements of the exhaust gas test, the operator shall draw up or have produced a measurement report and submit it to the competent authority within three months of the end of each calendar year. The operator must keep the measurement reports for five years from the date of submission to the authority.(4) By way of derogation from § § 12 to 17, the operator of a single combustion plant has the compliance with the requirements of § 11 for carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides at the earliest three months and no later than six months after the commissioning of a to be examined in accordance with Section 26 of the Federal Immission Protection Act. The operator shall have the examination referred to in the first sentence repeated after a substantial change and, incidentally, at a distance of three years.(5) In the case of the examination referred to in paragraph 4, three individual measurements shall be required. These are, if technically possible, to be carried out at different load stages (swath, medium and full load). The result of each individual measurement shall be expressed as a half-hourly average.(6) The operator of a single combustion plant shall, through the individual measurements referred to in paragraph 4, draw up or have a measurement report drawn up and submitted to the competent authority within three months of carrying out the measurement. The measurement report shall contain information about the measurement planning, the result, the measurement methods used and the operating conditions which are relevant for the assessment of the measurement results. The operator shall keep the reports to the Authority for five years from the date of submission.(7) The emission limit values shall be deemed to be complied with if no result of a single measurement in accordance with paragraph 5 exceeds the respective emission limit value according to § 11.

Section 5
Common rules

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§ 19 Terms and conditions for exhaust fumes

(1) The outlet of chimneys in combustion plants for solid waste gases Fuels from the age of 22.
1.
for roof slopes
a)
until March 2010, or substantially modified. including 20 degrees above the ridge by at least 40 centimetres or be at least 1 meter away from the roof surface,
b)
of more than 20 degrees the first At least 40 centimetres or a horizontal distance from the roof surface of at least 2 metres and 30 centimetres;
2.
in the case of combustion plants with a total heat output of up to 50 kilowatts within a radius of 15 metres above the upper edges of ventilation openings, windows or doors by at least 1 metre; the radius increases by 2 meters per further 50 kilowatts of interest up to At most 40 meters.
(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the height of the outlet for gas and oil combustion plants with a thermal output of 1 megawatt to 10 megawatts
1.
to exceed the top edge of the roof ridge by at least 3 meters and
2.
at least 10 meters above
In the case of a roof inclination of less than 20 degrees, the height of the outlet opening shall be based on a fictitious roof ridge, the height of which shall be calculated on the basis of a slope of 20 degrees. The first subparagraph of point 1 shall not apply to combustion plants in hot-forming plants, to the extent that wind-conducting surface ventilators are used.(3) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, the exhaust gases from combustion plants according to § 11 shall be deducted from one or more chimneys, the height of which shall be in accordance with the provisions of the Technical Instructions for Air Purpose of 24. July 2002 (GMBl 2002, p. 511). Non-official table of contents

§ 20 Display and evidence

(1) The operator of a combustion plant according to § 11 shall have it at the latest by the competent authority a month prior to entry into service.(2) The operator of a combustion plant shall ensure that the evidence of the execution of all the activities to be carried out by a chimney sweater or a chimney sweep is sent to the district chimney sweatmaster. The district chimney fegermeister has to enter the work carried out in the Kehrbuch. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 More stringent requirements

The authority of the competent authority, pursuant to sections 24 and 25 of the The Federal Immission Protection Act shall be without prejudice to other or more extensive arrangements. Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Approval of exceptions

The competent authority may, upon request, make exceptions to the requirements of § § 3 to 11, 19, 25 and 26, insofar as they result in an unreasonable effort or in any other way to an unreasonable degree of hardship and do not have to be feared of adverse environmental effects, because of special circumstances. unofficial table of contents

§ 23 accessibility of the standards

DIN, DIN EN standards, and the VDI guidelines referred to in this regulation, have been published by Beuth Verlag GmbH, Berlin. The certification programme for wood pellets referred to in § 3 (1) (5a) can be obtained from DIN CERTCO, Gesellschaft für conformity assessment mbH, Alboinstraße 56, 12103 Berlin. The DIN, DIN EN standards, the VDI guidelines as well as the certification program for wood pellets are well-established at the German Patent and Trademark Office in Munich. Non-official table of contents

§ 24 Administrative Offences

is an administrative offence within the meaning of Section 62 (1) (7) of the Federal Immission Protection Act, who intentionally or negligently uses
1.
contrary to § 3 (1) other than the fuels listed there,
2.
contrary to § 4, paragraph 1, sentence 2, paragraph 3, or paragraph 7, a firing facility,
3.
contrary to § 5 4
4.
contrary to § 5 (2) or (3) fuels in accordance with § 5 (2) or (3) of the German Combustion Engines
5.
contrary to § 6 (2) a boiler in a combustion plant,
6.
contrary to § 11, paragraph 1, or paragraph 2, a single combustion plant is built or operated,
7.
contrary to § 12 sentence 3 the manufacture of a measuring opening is not permitted,
8.
contrary to § 14 (2), § 15 (1), 2 or 3 or § 25 (4) sentence 1 or sentence 2, compliance with no requirement or cannot be detected in time, whether or not to be checked in time or not, or not allowed to be monitored in good time,
9.
contrary to § 18, Paragraph 1, Sentence 1, a single firing system not equipped, not correct or not in good time,
10.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 2, sentence 1, a measuring device cannot be calibrated or not calibrated in time, or cannot be checked in time,
11.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 2, sentence 2, the calibration is not repeated or not repeated in time,
12.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 2, sentence 3, a certificate or report not submitted in time, or not in time,
13.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 3, sentence 1, sentence 3, or sentence 3, a measurement report not or not in time, or not, or not stored at least five years,
14.
contrary to § 18, paragraph 4, the compliance of a requirement mentioned there is not or cannot be checked in time, or an examination is not repeated or not repeated in time ,
15.
contrary to § 20 (1) or (2) sentence 1, an indication shall not be reimbursed, not properly or not reimbursed in due time, or shall not ensure that the information provided there is ,
16.
pursues a firing system or
17.
contrary to § 25 (1) sentence 1 or § 26 (1) sentence 1. style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none;"> contrary to § 25, paragraph 4, sentence 1, it does not allow compliance with a requirement referred to there or cannot be monitored in time.

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Transitional rules

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§ 25 Transitional system for solid fuel combustion plants, except Single-room combustion plants

(1) Existing combustion plants, other than single-room combustion plants, for solid fuels may only be continued if the limit values of stage 1 of § 5 (1), first sentence, as a function of the date of their Erection from the following dates shall be observed: Date of establishment of the Compliance
with the
Level 1 limits of § 5 paragraph 1
up to and including
31. December 1994
1. January 2015
of 1. January 1995
up to and including
31. December 2004
1. January 2019
of 1. January 2005
up to and including
21. March 2010
1. January 2025

The determination of the point in time from when the plants must comply with the limit values set out in the first sentence of the first subparagraph shall take place at the latest by 31 December 2013. December 2012 by the district chimney sweatmaster in the framework of the firework show. If up to the 31. As of December 2012, no show of fire will be carried out, the determination of the point in time of erection can also be carried out in connection with other chimney sweating works.(2) Of 22. March 2010 to the dates referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall apply to existing combustion plants for solid fuels with a rated thermal output of more than 15 kilowatts, with the exception of single-room combustion plants, depending on the type of combustion plant used. Fuel is the following limit values to be determined according to Appendix 2: Fuel after
    § 3 paragraph 1
rated heat-
power in kW number
1 to 3anumber 4 to 5adust
[g/m3] dust
[g/m3] CO
[g/m3]
> 15 ≤ 50 0, 15 0, 15 4
>  50 ≤ 150 0, 15 0, 15 2
> 150 ≤ 500 0, 15 0, 15 1
> 500 0, 15 0, 150.5
Fuel according to
§ 3 paragraph 1
rated heat-
power in kW number 6 and 7dust
[g/m3] CO
[g/m3]
> 50 ≤ 100 0, 15 0, 8
> 100 ≤ 500 0, 15 0, 5
> 500 0, 150.3
Fuel according to
§ 3 paragraph 1
rated heat-
power in kW number 8dust
[g/m3] CO
[g/m3]
> 15 ≤ 100 0, 154

By way of derogation from § 4 (2), the emission limits for the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (1) (1) to (3a) shall relate to a volume content of oxygen in the exhaust gas of 8 per cent, up to the dates specified in the first sentence of paragraph 1. In the case of hand-fed combustion plants without buffer storage, the requirements for throttled combustion air supply shall be complied with when using the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (4) to (8).(3) For combustion plants for solid fuels with a rated thermal output of 4 kilowatts and more, with the exception of single-room combustion plants, starting from the 22. March 2010 and before 1 January 2010 The limit values for stage 1 of § 5 (1) shall apply after 1 January 2015. January 2015.(4) The operator of an existing solid fuel combustion plant, for which requirements are laid down in paragraph 2, shall comply with the requirements up to and including 31. December 2011 and then every two years to be monitored by a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater. In the context of the monitoring in accordance with the first sentence, compliance with the requirements laid down in § 3 (3), § 4 (1) and § 5 (2) and 3 sentence 1 shall be checked. Section 14 (3) and (5) shall apply accordingly.(5) The operator of an existing manual combustion plant for solid fuels must be up to and including 31. In accordance with § 4 (8), a chimney sweater or a chimney sweep shall be advised in December 2014.(6) The operator of one of the 22. In accordance with Article 14 (2), the monitoring referred to in Article 14 (2) shall ensure compliance with the requirements referred to in Article 5 (1) for installations with a rated thermal power of up to 15 kilowatts, which shall be subject to the requirements of Article 14 (2) of the following: with the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (1) to (8) and (13), to be reviewed only six months after the notification of a suitable measuring device within the meaning of Article 13 (2). Article 14 (2) shall remain unaffected by the rest.(7) By way of derogation from paragraph 4 and Article 15 (1), combustion plants for solid fuels shall be subject to compliance with the requirements referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 and § 5 (1), with the exception of
1.
mechanically charged combustion plants for use in § 3 (1) (1) to (5a), (8) or Point 13 fuels with a rated thermal output of more than 15 kilowatts and
2.
combustion plants for the use of the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (6) or (7) solid fuels with a rated thermal output of more than 50 kilowatts
only six months after the announcement of a suitable measuring device within the meaning of Article 13 (2). The second sentence of Article 15 (1) remains unaffected. Non-official table of contents

§ 26 Transitional system for single-room combustion plants for solid fuels

(1) Single-room combustion plants for solid fuels fuels that are before the 22. Only if the following limit values are not exceeded:
1.
dust: 0.15 grams per cubic meter,
2.
carbon monoxide: 4 grams per cubic meter.
The proof of the Compliance with limit values can
1.
by submitting a manufacturer's test certificate or
2.
by means of a measurement with the appropriate application of the provisions of Appendix 4, point 3, by a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater
.(2) May be proof of compliance with the limit values up to and including 31. As a function of the date on the type plate, existing individual combustion plants shall be retro-equipped with a device for reducing dust emissions in accordance with the state of the art, as a function of the date on the type plate, or except to operate:Date on the
retrofit type date or
Off-operation
up to and including
31. December 1974
or date no longer fixable
31. December 2014
1. January 1975 to
31. December 1984
31. December 2017
1. January 1985 to
31. December 1994
31. December 2020
1. January 1995 to
including
21. March 2010
31. December 2024

§ 4 (6) applies accordingly.(3) Paragraphs 1 and 2 shall not apply to
1.
Non-commercially used stoves and ovens with a Rated thermal power below 15 kilowatts,
2.
open fireplaces according to § 2 number 12,
3.
Basic furnaces in accordance with section 2, point 13,
4.
single-room combustion plants in residential units, the heat supply of which takes place exclusively through these installations, and
5.
Single room firing systems where the operator can credibly make it to the district chimney sweeper that it is before the 1. (
)
2 does not apply to fireplaces, tiled stove inserts or similar furnace inserts that are walled in. They shall be equipped, at the latest by the dates referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2, with downstream equipment to reduce the dust emission according to the state of the art. Section 4 (6) shall apply accordingly.(5) The operator of an existing single-room combustion plant shall have up to and including 31. December 2012 the date on the type sign of the plant from the district chimney sweatmaster in the framework of the Feuerstättenschau to be determined. If up to and including 31. As of December 2012, the date on the type sign may also be determined in connection with other chimney sweating operations. Proof referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 shall be 31. December 2012 will be presented to the district chimney sweatmaster. The district chimney sweatmaster shall inform the operator of the plant at the latest two years before the date of retrofitting or decommissioning in connection with other chimney sweating work.(6) For solid fuel combustion plants, starting at 22. March 2010 and before 1 January 2010 The limit values of Level 1 of Appendix 4, point 1 shall apply after 1 January 2015. January 2015.(7) The operator of an existing hand-loaded single-room combustion plant for solid fuels must be up to and including 31. In accordance with § 4 (8), provide advice on a chimney sweater or a chimney sweater in connection with other chimney sweatwork. Non-official table of contents

§ 27 Transitional system for chimney swept work after 1. January 2013

The district chimney fegermeister will be replaced by 1. January 2013, the authorized county chimney sweeger according to § 48 sentence 1 of the chimney swept craft act.

Section 7
Final specification

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§ 28 Entry into force, override

This regulation will take place on the 22. March 2010, in force. At the same time, the Regulation on small and medium-sized combustion plants shall enter into force in the version of the notice. 14 March 1997 (BGBl I p. 490), which was last amended by Article 4 of the Regulation of 14 June 1997. (BGBl I 1614) has been amended, except for force. Non-official table of contents

Final formula

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Appendix 1 (to § 12)
Measurement Opening

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2010, 50)
1.
The measuring opening is basically in the connecting piece between the heat generator and the heat generator. To install the chimney behind the last heat exchanger. If the firing system is operated in conjunction with an exhaust gas purification device, the measuring opening is to be mounted behind the exhaust gas purification device. The measuring opening should be located at a distance equal to approximately twice the diameter of the connecting piece, behind the exhaust pipe of the heat exchanger or the exhaust gas purification device.
2.
A measuring opening at a different location than in point 1 is permissible if reproducible flow conditions prevail and no major heat losses occur in the inlet section. as in point 1.
3.
No dust or soot deposits may be present at the measuring opening, which can substantially impair the measurements.
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Appendix 2 (to § 5 (1), § 7, 8, 10, 14 (4), § 15 (5), § 25 (2))
Requirements for the implementation of the Measurements in operation

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2010, 51-53)
1.
General requirements measurement of moisture content The determination of the Moisture content is to be carried out with measuring instruments that measure the electrical conductivity. Other equivalent measurement methods for the determination of the moisture content can be applied. Measurement of exhaust parameters
1.1
The measurements are to be carried out at the measurement opening at the core of the exhaust gas flow. If a firing system has a plurality of measuring openings, the measurements are to be carried out at each measuring opening.
1.2
Before the measurements, the functional capability of the measuring instruments is , The manufacturer's instructions contained in the operating instructions must be taken into account.
1.3
The measurements are in the undisturbed permanent operating state of the combustion plants. Nominal thermal power, with the highest adjustable thermal output, so that the results are representative and comparable with comparable combustion plants and operating conditions.
1.4
To assess the operating state, the pressure difference between exhaust gas and ambient air as well as the temperature of the exhaust gas must be measured. The result of the temperature measurement according to point 3.4.1 can be used. The temperature of the heat transfer medium in or behind the heat generator, which is indicated by the operating measuring devices, shall be recorded. For combustion plants with multi-stage or steplessly controlled burners, the power set during the measurement is to be recorded.
1.5
The measuring program is always to be fully implemented. It should not be canceled if a single measurement is negative.
2.
Measurements on solid fuel combustion plants
2.1
In order to meet the requirements of point 1.3, the measurements at a boiler temperature are at least 60 degrees Celsius. In the case of hand-fed combustion plants, the measurements shall also commence with the measurements five minutes after the largest amount of fuel specified by the manufacturer in the operating instructions has been applied to a layer of gluttony sufficient for ignition.
2.2
The emissions are to be determined at the same time as the oxygen content in the exhaust gas as a quarter-hourly average. The emissions shall be determined by means of a measuring device which is tested for suitability. The emissions measured are based on the relationship
EB = 21-O2B xEM
21-O2
be converted to the reference oxygen content. It means
EB =Emissions, related to the reference oxygen content
EM =measured emissions
O2B =Reference oxygen content in volume percent
O2 =Volume content of oxygen in dry exhaust gas.
2.3
The result of the measurements shall be determined after conversion to the standard condition and the reference oxygen content of the exhaust gas with one decimal place more than the numerical value of the defined emission limit value. It is to be rounded in accordance with point 4.5.1 of DIN 1333, edition February 1992. The emission limit value is complied with if the measured value minus the measurement uncertainty does not exceed it.
2.4
For measurements in the partial load range according to § 25 Paragraph 2 shall be taken as follows:
2.4.1
In the case of combustion plants without combustion air blowers, the following shall be taken into account: to measure the first five minutes when the combustion air flap is open and in the remaining ten minutes.
2.4.2
In the case of combustion plants with unregulated conditions Combustion air blower (on/off control) shall be measured for five minutes and ten minutes with the blower switched off.
2.4.3
In the case of combustion plants with controlled Combustion air blower (speed control, step control, air flow control by means of throttle disc, orifice plate or butterfly valve, etc.) Ä.) is to be measured for 15 minutes with reduced combustion air intake
3.
Measurement of oil and gas combustion plants
3.1
To meet the requirements of point 1.3, for oil combustion plants with atomization burners, and In the case of gas combustion plants at the earliest two minutes after the burner has been switched on and in the case of oil combustion plants with a vaporisation burner at the earliest two minutes after the setting of the rated thermal power with the measurements, the start of the measurements is commenced. In the case of hot water heating systems, the boiler water temperature should be at least 60 degrees Celsius at the beginning of the measurements. This does not apply to hot-water heating systems, whose boilers are operated as intended at temperatures below 60 degrees Celsius (condensing units, low-temperature boilers with sliding control).
3.2
The determination of the carbon black number is to be visually carried out in accordance with the method of DIN 51402, Part 1, edition October 1986. Three individual measurements shall be made. [0050] A further individual measurement is to be carried out in each case when the filter paper which is acted upon has been noticeably moist by condensate formation or has a non-uniform degree of blackening. The arithmetic mean is to be formed from the individual measurements. The result that is rounded to the next whole number corresponds to this Regulation if the specified number of soot is not exceeded.
3.3
The test of the exhaust gas on the The presence of oil derivatives must be carried out on the basis of the filter papers which are subject to the determination of the carbon black. The filter papers subjected to the action of the filter papers must first be examined with the naked eye on oil derivatives. If a discoloration is found, the filter is to be discarded for the determination of the carbon black. If a clear decision is not possible, a fluid test according to DIN 51402, part 2, March 1979, must be carried out according to the determination of the soot number. The requirements of this Regulation are satisfied if any of the three filter samples are found to be oil derivatives.
3.4
Determination of Exhaust Gas Losses
3.4.1
The oxygen content of the exhaust gas as well as the exhaust gas temperature are quasi-continuous as mean over a period of 30 seconds at the same time in the same period. The temperature of the combustion air is measured in the vicinity of the intake opening of the heat generator, in the case of room-air-independent combustion plants at a suitable point in the supply tube. The exhaust gas loss is made from the mean values of the quasi-continuous combustion air. Measurement of exhaust gas temperature and oxygen content, as well as the measured values for oxygen content and temperature of the combustion air, calculated according to the following formula:
qA = (tA-tL)( A+ B)
21-O2, A
It means:
qA = Exhaust Gas Loss in Percent
tA =exhaust temperature in degrees Celsius
tL =combustion air temperature in degrees Celsius
O2, A =Volume content of oxygen in the dry exhaust gas in percent
heating oil EL, natural
Vegetable oils, vegetable oil methyl ester gases from the public gas supply coke coke liquefied gas and
liquefied gas/air mixtures
A = 0, 68 0, 66 0, 60 0, 63
B = 0, 007 0, 009 0, 0110,008
3.4.2
number 2.3 applies
4.
The contents of the certificate of monitoring measurements on combustion plants for liquid and gaseous fuel in accordance with Article 14 (4) or Article 15 (5), the following information shall contain at least the following information: the general information name and address of the chimney sweater or the chimney feger or of the district chimney fegermeistersName and address of the Site of ownership of the investment legal basis of the inspection heat exchangers: Manufacturer, type, year of construction, performance range and nominal power burner: manufacturer, type, year of construction, performance range and performance in the measurement type of the Burner (with blower, without blower, evaporative burner) Fuel used (designation and number according to § 3 (1)) Type of installation (e.g. Central heating, single room firing system, heating with hot water generation, hot water generation) Measurement results heat transfer temperature combustion air temperature exhaust gas temperature oxygen content in the exhaust gas pressure difference in exhaust gas loss, indicating the Measurement uncertainty In the case of installations with liquid fuels: soot count from all individual measurements as well as the average value of the soot number for plants with liquid fuels: Result of the inspection on oil derivateFor the plant relevant limit values of these VerordnungOther monitoring activity information on the verification of the requirements of § 6 (2) and (3) (manufacturer's certificate)
5.
Content of the certificate on the monitoring measurements for solid fuel combustion plants The certificate referred to in Article 14 (4) or Article 15 (5) shall contain at least the following information: General information name and address of the chimney sweeper or the Chimney fegers or the district chimney fegermaster name and address of the owner site of the investment legal basis of the inspection and measurement fireplaces: manufacturer, type, year of establishment, performance range and nominal power, Type of installation (for example, type of fuel), fuel (name and number according to § 3 (1)) type of plant (e.g. Central heating, single room firing system, heating with hot water generation, hot water generation) Measurement result heat transfer temperature exhaust gas temperature oxygen content in exhaust gas pressure difference in the dust content in the exhaust gas, indicating the Measurement uncertainty mediated carbon monoxide content in the exhaust gas, indicating the measurement uncertainty for the plant, relevant limit values of this Regulation Other monitoring activities Moisture content of the moisture content specified in § 3 (1) (4), (5) and (6) to 8 fuel information relating to the verification of the requirements of § 4 paragraph 1Only in the case of commissioning information on the implementation of a consultation pursuant to § 4 paragraph 8Information on the review of the requirements of § 4 (3) and (6), § 6 Paragraph 1 (Manufacturer certificates)
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Appendix 3 (to § 2, point 11, § 6)
Determination of the degree of use and of the Nitrogen oxide content under test conditions

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2010, 54)
1.
Determination of usage level
1.1
The degree of utilization is to be determined according to the procedure of DIN EN 303-5, edition June 1999.
1.2
The Determination of the degree of use can be carried out for the type of boiler on a test bench or for individual heating boilers at an already established firing installation. If the determination is carried out on an already established combustion plant, the rules applicable to the test on the test bench shall apply mutaficily.
1.3
The Uncertainty of the method of determination shall not exceed 3 per cent of the estimated utilisation value. The requirements for the degree of utilization shall be deemed to be met if the determined values plus the uncertainty according to sentence 1 do not fall below the specified limits.
2.
Determination of the nitrogen oxide content
2.1
The emission test is for the type of burner according to DIN EN 267, issue November 1999, or under its appropriate application to the test tube. The type of boiler with a tested burner to be selected by the manufacturer as well as the boiler burner units (units) shall be tested on a test bench under the appropriate application of this standard.
2.2
The tests referred to in point 2.1 may also be used for individual burners or burner boiler combinations on combustion plants already constructed in accordance with DIN EN 267, November 1999 edition,
2.3
Certified calibration gases are to be used for the calibration of the measuring instruments. For gas burners and gas burner boiler combinations, use is made of G20 (methane) as the test gas.
2.4
The requirements for the nitrogen oxide content of the exhaust gas are considered to be when taking into account the measurement tolerances according to DIN EN 267, November 1999,
a)
in single-level burners, the values determined in the test points of the work field do not exceed the set limits,
b)
in kettles and boilers-burner units according to DIN EN 303-5, June 1999, as well as in multistage or modulating burners, based on this standard. Standard emission factor EN does not exceed the specified limits.
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Appendix 4 (to § 3 paragraph 5 number 2, § 4 (3), (5) and (7), § 26 (1), second sentence, (2) (2), (6)
requirements in the case of a type test

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2010, 55-56)
1.
Emission limit values and minimum efficiencies for single-room firing systems for solid fuels (type testing requirements)Level 1:

22. March 2010Level 2:
Establishment after the 31. December 2014
Construction from the 22. March 2010FeuerstättenartTechnical
RulenCO
[g/m3] dust
[g/m3] CO
[g/m3] Dust
[g/m3] Mindest
efficiency
[%]
Room heater
with flatfire
DIN EN 13240
(October edition 2005) Zeitbrand
2, 0 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 73
Room heater
with Fill fire
DIN EN 13240
(October 2005 edition) Continuous fire
2, 5 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 70
Storage root-
fireplaces
DIN EN 15250/A1
(issue June 2007)
2, 0 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 75
Kamininserts
(closed
operating mode)
DIN EN 13229
(October edition 2005)
2, 0 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 75
Kachelofeninserts
with Flatfire
DIN EN 13229/A1
(issue October 2005)
2, 0 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 80
Kachelofeninserts
with fill firing
DIN EN 13229/A1
(issue October 2005)
2, 5 0, 075 1, 25 0, 04 80
Herde DIN EN 12815
(edition September 2005)
3, 0 0, 075 1,50 0, 04 70
Heating herd DIN EN 12815
(edition September 2005)
3, 5 0, 075 1,50 0, 04 75
Pelletfurnaces without
waterbag
DIN EN 14785
(September 2006 edition)
0, 40 0, 05 0, 25 0, 03 85
Pelletfurnaces with
waterbag
DIN EN 14785
(edition September 2006)
0, 40 0, 03 0, 25 0, 02 90
.Other single room firing systems, which do not include a type of fire or a type of fire or a fire place. technical rules must be assigned to the requirements of the room heater with flat firing (DIN EN 13240, October 2005). Other single-room firing systems for cooking and baking, respectively. For cooking, baking and heating, which do not include a type of fire place or a type of fire, , the requirements must be subordinated to technical rules for stocking (DIN EN 12815, edition September 2005). Type tests can only be carried out by notified bodies, the tests in accordance with the standards laid down in Council Directive 89 /106/EEC of 21 May 1992. December 1988 on the approximation of the laws, regulations and administrative provisions of the Member States relating to construction products (OJ L 327, 12), as last amended by Regulation (EC) No 1882/2003 (OJ L 284, 31.10.2003, p. 1).
2.
Limits for installations with the fuels referred to in Article 3 (1) (8) and (13) (requirements). in the case of type testing) dioxins and furans: 0.1 ng/m3nitrogen oxides:
installations which are based on the 22. March 2010: 0.6 g/m3equipment, which is based on the 31. December 2014: 0,5 g/m3carbon monoxide: 0.25 g/m3.
3.
Measurements and determination of efficiency:
3.1
Carbon monoxide determination of carbon monoxide emissions is performed at rated thermal output as Mean value over the burn-up period according to the relevant standards. In the case of fuel plants in accordance with Article 3 (1) (8), the measurement of carbon monoxide emissions shall be carried out in parallel with the measurement of nitrogen oxide emissions.
3.2
dust Determination of the dust-like emissions takes place at nominal heat output as half-hourly average value (measurement start three minutes after fuel task) according to VDI 2066 sheet 1, issue November 2006, or according to the certification program DINplus in accordance with VDI 2066 sheet 1, issue November 2006. Other methods can also be used in the case of equivalence.
3.3
efficiency The determination of the efficiency takes place at nominal thermal power via exhaust gas loss and Fuel throughput according to the relevant standards.
3.4
Nitrogen oxideThe determination is carried out in accordance with DIN EN 14792, issue April 2006. The sampling period shall be half an hour at nominal thermal power; at least three determinations shall be made for each type of fuel.
3.5
dioxins and FuraneThe Determination is carried out according to DIN EN 1948, issue June 2006. The sampling period shall be six hours at nominal thermal power; at least three determinations shall be carried out for each fuel type